Aston Martin DB11, a look at video from Geneva 2016

The future of Aston Martin begins in the Geneva motor show 2016: there has had its official presentation new Aston Martin DB11, which will make the corresponding relay to the veteran DB9. Its design is more attractive and elegant, but also sporty, and I have no doubt that it will become one of the Gran Turismo more relevant in the market. In the video you have all of your keys in the first person, and you can view it in detail.

A proof of the high acceptance and interest that is awakening this Aston Martin DB11 is that, after its presentation in Geneva, the manufacturer of Gaydon already has received more than 1,400 orders for the model. A success that has exceeded their own expectations of the brand, and even more if we take into account that its price is not at all affordable: in Germany part from the 204.900 euros.

Yes, there are similar family: its design maintains the classic personality of Aston Martin, but evolves conveniently in details such as your grill or optical front. It also boasts a side silhouette smooth and with a lot of class: collectively, the Aston Martin DB11 has received notable influences of the Aston Martin DB10, the prototype driven by James Bond in ‘Spectre’.

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Four-seater, rear-wheel drive and mid-engine-front: new block V12 of 5.2 liters premiered at the Aston Martin DB11 adopts turbocharging twin-turbo to pay 608 CV and 700 Nm of torque, which will allow you to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and reach 322 km/h of maximum speed. In addition, think about using less fuel: you can turn off selectively by a cylinder bank, and it has system Start & Stop.

Have three modes of electronic conduction: GT, Sport or Sport Plus. Chassis and a few panels of his body is made of aluminum, weighing in scale to 1,770 kilograms. In its interior, which can be accessed with greater ease thanks to the full opening of its doors, breathe luxury and quality along with a lot of technology: is novelty the new digital instrumentation variable, that is displayed on a screen of 12 inches behind your steering wheel.